Prodigy X5 750 Plastic

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The Prodigy Disc X5 is an understable, low profile, high-speed distance driver. It is great for all players. Players with lower arm speed will get a lot more glide and distance. Players with moderate arm speed will be able to get a long flight out of this disc by throwing a slight hyzer flip. (Left edge down about 20% from flat at release). For players with faster arm speed, the X5 will flip early in its flight path and will turn right, with a soft finish to the left making it useful for wooded holes that require shaping the shot. It will also be great for long controlled rollers. The X5 performs very well at low heights and in tunnel shots.

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The Prodigy Disc X5 is an understable, low profile, high-speed distance driver. It is great for all players. Players with lower arm speed will get a lot more glide and distance. Players with moderate arm speed will be able to get a long flight out of this disc by throwing a slight hyzer flip. (Left edge down about 20% from flat at release). For players with faster arm speed, the X5 will flip early in its flight path and will turn right, with a soft finish to the left making it useful for wooded holes that require shaping the shot. It will also be great for long controlled rollers. The X5 performs very well at low heights and in tunnel shots.

750 Plastic is similar in grip and texture to our 400 series but with a firmer feel. This plastic will provide outstanding performance and predictability. It is extremely durable, with stiffness in the rim that allows for the rigidity to hold up even in the hottest points throughout the year.

  • Diameter: 21.1cm
  • Height: 1.9cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.1cm
  • Rim Width: 2.2cm
  • Min Weight: 170g
  • Max Weight: 174g
  • Stability: Understable

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J
J.y.
Good flying, long flying disk

I use the disc often though it's not as understandable as a thought it would be.